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For example, second-order arithmetic can express the principle " Every countable vector space has a basis " but it cannot express the principle " Every vector space has a basis ".
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For the family is the simplest example of just such a unit, composed of people, which gives us both some immunity from, and a way of dealing with, other people.
For example, suppose a man wearing a $200 watch, driving a 1959 Rolls Royce, stops to ask a man on the sidewalk, `` What time is it ''??
For example, there are persons who are in physical science, in the field of mineralogy, trained in crystallography, who use only X-rays, applying only the powder technique of X-ray diffraction, to clay minerals only, and who have spent the last fifteen years concentrating on the montmorillonites ; ;
For example, he captured some persons from York County, who with teams were taking to Philadelphia the furniture of a man who had just been released from prison through the efforts of his wife, and who apparently was helpless to prevent the theft of his household goods.
For example, even the most successful executive lives in a two-room apartment while ordinary people rent space in the stairwells of office buildings in which to sleep at night ; ;
For example, in the third chapter of Matthew, verses 13-16, describing the baptism of Jesus, the 1611 version reads:
For example, it probably will be necessary for the Corps to have authority to pay medical expenses of volunteers.
For example, the importance of the Regulus 2, a very promising aerodynamic ship-to-surface missile designed to be launched by surfaced submarines, was greatly diminished by the successful acceleration of the much more advanced Polaris ballistic missile launched by submerged submarines.
For example, the interest of past members of the Foundation's Advisory Board remains such that they place their knowledge and judgments at our disposal much as they had done when they were, formally, members of that Board.
For example, out of the social evils of the English industrial revolution came the novels of Charles Dickens ; ;
For an example let's dream up an engine that has a final combustion chamber volume of 5 cubic inches and a cylinder volume of 45 cubic inches.
For example, a Browning trap version of the Superposed over/under, the Broadway ( from $350 up, depending on grade ), differs from standard models in that it is equipped with a full beavertail fore end, a cushion recoil pad and a barrel-wide ventilated rib for fast sighting.
For example, the Chamber of Commerce of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, sponsors special camera tours into the Great Smoky Mountains to get pictures of the profusion of wild flowers flourishing in these wooded regions.
For example, the officials of Poughkeepsie town ( township ) where the project is located think highly of it because it simplifies their snow clearing problem.
For example, don't pay in a truck policy for medical coverage that you may be paying for in a health and accident policy.
For example: If your bodily injury claims start payment after the first $250, a 25% premium saving is often made.
For and second-order
For one-dimensional simple harmonic motion, the equation of motion, which is a second-order linear ordinary differential equation with constant coefficients, could be obtained by means of Newton's second law and Hooke's law.
For instance, retaining the first two terms of the series yields the second-order approximation to f ’( x ) mentioned at the end of the section Higher-order differences.
For example, the sentence involving Napoleon can be rewritten as “ any group of people that includes me and the parents of each person in the group must also include Napoleon ,” which is easily interpreted as a statement in second-order logic ( one would naturally start by assigning a name, such as G, to the group of people under consideration ).
For example, a second-order Butterworth filter will reduce the signal amplitude to one fourth its original level every time the frequency doubles ( so power decreases by 12 dB per octave, or 40 dB per decade ).
For second-order divisions ( under provinces and special administrative regions ), there are counties, provincial cities ( 56 ), bureaus ( 34 ) and management bureaus ( 7 ).
For an infinitesimal deformation the displacements and the displacement gradients are small compared to unity, i. e., and, allowing for the geometric linearisation of the Lagrangian finite strain tensor, and the Eulerian finite strain tensor, i. e. the non-linear or second-order terms of the finite strain tensor can be neglected.
For example, money satisfies no biological or psychological needs, but a pay check appears to reduce drive through second-order conditioning.
For example, while the analysis of a table ( matrix, or second-order arry ) of data is routine in several fields, multiway methods are applied to data sets that involve 3rd, 4th, or higher-orders.
For example, the second-order sentence says that for every set P of individuals and every individual x, either x is in P or it is not ( this is the principle of bivalence ).
For example, if the domain is the set of all real numbers, one can assert in first-order logic the existence of an additive inverse of each real number by writing ∀ x ∃ y ( x + y = 0 ) but one needs second-order logic to assert the least-upper-bound property for sets of real numbers, which states that every bounded, nonempty set of real numbers has a supremum.
For example, a second-order Butterworth filter, which has maximally flat passband frequency response, has a of.
For instance, a second-order low-pass notch filter section only reduces ( rather than eliminates ) very high frequencies, but has a steep response falling to zero at a specific frequency ( the so-called notch frequency ).
For a boundary value problem of a second-order ordinary differential equation, the method is stated as follows.
For example, the Löwenheim number of second-order logic is already larger than the first measurable cardinal, if such a cardinal exists.
" It is possible to define a formula True ( n ) whose extension is T *, but only by drawing on a metalanguage whose expressive power goes beyond that of L. For example, a truth predicate for first-order arithmetic can be defined in second-order arithmetic.
For a second-order linear autonomous systems, a critical point is a saddle point if the characteristic equation has one positive and one negative real eigenvalue.
For comparison, in the equivalent Euler – Lagrange equations of motion of Lagrangian mechanics, the conjugate momenta also do not appear ; however, those equations are a system of N, generally second-order equations for the time evolution of the generalized coordinates.
For example, PH, the union of all complexity classes in the polynomial hierarchy, is precisely the class of languages expressible by statements of second-order logic.
* For a second-order polynomial,, all the roots are in the left half plane ( and the system with characteristic equation is stable ) if all the coefficients satisfy.
For example, an animal might first learn to associate a bell with food ( first-order conditioning ), but then learn to associate a light with the bell ( second-order conditioning ).
For example, if MK is consistent then it has a countable first-order model, while second-order ZFC has no countable models.